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The latest research has confirmed bariatric surgery or lifestyle modifications could significantly diminish levels of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) in obese patients.
Unless a vaccine is considered “perfect”, it could be causing more harm than good.
At least 5 studies indicating that testosterone replacement therapy either has no effect on cardiovascular health -- or tends to improve it -- appeared during the 3-week period immediately after the US Food and Drug Administration's controversial decision to mandate warnings about the potential cardiovascular risks of such treatment.
Results from a long-term trial indicate that sublingual immunotherapy, though quite safe, is rarely fully effective in people with severe peanut allergies.
Researchers have long known that single men tend to have more testosterone than comparable men in long-term relationships, but what about men in new relationships? A new study finds that testosterone generally remains at “single-man” levels until couples have been dating for more than a year.
An increasing number of patients worldwide with severe pemphigus vulgaris (PV) are showing little or no response with conventional steroid treatment; however, a new treatment may become an option.
New research suggests that the relative ease of using novel oral anticoagulants may be spurring more patients with atrial fibrillation to try anticoagulation and stick with it.

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